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Never be late again. This analog watch is accurate to the millisecond

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GMT Flash Setting — which uses the flash on your smartphone’s camera to transmit the data it needs.

Instead it makes changing the world time zone not only simple, but manageable on a regular basis, and crucially for Longines, without disturbing the incredible accuracy of the watch.

The crown on the watch has a button incorporated — which actually feels very smartwatch-like — press and hold it down to activate the “pairing” mode.

Tap the send time button in the app, and a camera viewfinder window appears where you line the watch up ready to receive the signal.

It’s like pairing Snapchat’s Spectacles, or reading a QR code.

Speaking with ETA, the company that makes the movement inside the Conquest, mobile flashes sometimes have different frequencies, and they selected a “base” frequency at the low end of the spectrum to cover most phones.

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